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20 August 2017

This sounds easy enough to do but actually, I have come to realise that it is a skill you acquire. Read more…

20 June 2017

On return to University following out-of-ambulance placement, we've been thrown in the deep end, studying the systems of the body in great depth. And I've also become a film-maker... Read more…

27 April 2017

Studying operating department practice at university features hospital placements, lectures, note-taking and... giant chocolate waffles. Read more…

5 February 2015

What is it exactly? Porridge, porage, pottage, oatmeal, oats, grits, gruel, rolled oats… all of the above? The status of porridge in recent years has been exalted from workhouse sludge to the latest health fad, but is there more to these precious flakes of gluten than meets the eye? Read more…

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